Tag Archives: work and family

Full-time professional to full-time mother: A choice laden with cost

Article title: Who am I? Mothers’ shifting identities, loss & sense making after work place exit  From Human Relations Women leaving work to raise children have to redefine who they are this study finds. After exiting professional and managerial occupations, … Continue reading

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Reinventing retirement: New pathways, new arrangements, new meanings

Special issue and podcast From Human Relations This special issue outlines the historical and social context of retirement as a concept and identifies some of the most dramatic broad-based forces of change that in recent years have shaken this established construct to its core. … Continue reading

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Female employees benefit from a male CEO’s generosity when he becomes a father, particularly if the first child is a girl

Fatherhood and managerial style: How a male ceo’s children affect the wages of his employees From Administrative Science Quarterly Motivated by research suggesting that the transition to fatherhood influences a man’s values, this study examined how a male CEO’s newborn … Continue reading

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